Who were the standout awardees this year? What airlines earned the coveted five star and world class ratings? Let’s delve into the highlights of the September 21, 2023 ceremony, held during the APEX/IFSA Global EXPO in Long Beach, California.
Controladora Vuela Compañía de Aviación, more commonly known as Volaris (NYSE: VLRS and BMV: VOLAR), the ultra-low-cost carrier serving regions including Mexico, the US, and… Read More »Volaris Flies 3.1m Passengers in August, Traffic Results
Ryanair has set aside its previous concerns over “the Danish labor model” and announced it will open a two-aircraft base in Copenhagen in December of this year.
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Norwegian reports the highest capacity the airline has experienced this year. It marks a 12-percent increase compared to the same period last year.
JetBlue has showcased impressive financial performance by recording unprecedented quarterly revenues while maintaining a firm grip on cost control. TWU continues to object to Spirit acquisition.
Southwest Airlines is setting a new benchmark for in-flight retail experience, through a groundbreaking partnership with MOST, a trailblazing fintech company that is shaking up the retail and payment solutions space.
As part of its fleet modernization and sustainability strategies, Pegasus Airlines has made a game-changing move by placing an order for 36 new A321neo aircraft from Airbus. This latest procurement brings the airline’s total Airbus orders to 150, reinforcing its ongoing efforts towards environmental conservation, cost savings, and operational efficiency
More people were greeted by the friendly faces of Norwegian’s cabin crew this past month than at any other time this year. Plus, all the details on Norwegian’s new loyalty program with Strawberry.
WestJet is opening up the postcard-perfect island of Bonaire to Canadian travelers.
Vegas enthusiasts! Avelo Airlines is about to give you another reason to pack your bags and head to the city that never sleeps. In a bold move, the airline is doubling down on Las Vegas – and we’re not talking about a game of blackjack. More flights to Vegas? Yes, please! Value for money? Absolutely. Convenient schedules? You bet!
Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or headed to Vegas for a big business conference, Avelo Airlines is ready to take you there. So, brace yourself for an exhilarating flight experience that’s just as exciting as the destination itself.
Norwegian, WestJet and easyJet have announced a new partnership which will give travellers access to global destinations and easier short-haul connections on a single booking.… Read More »Norwegian, WestJet & easyJet Partner on ‘Worldwide by easyJet’
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Alaska Airlines will scrap the Virgin America brand and, instead, re-bake itself to offer a new product and fresh attitude. Is it enough?
In case you missed the implications of NAI’s approval, or wondered why opponents made such a fuss over something which was already happening (Norwegian adding new routes to the U.S.), the stars have now aligned for the long-awaited partnership between two Irish airlines which will rock the transatlantic market.
Ryanair releases two Halloween-themed introductions to two of the grandest Samhain destinations on the planet: Dublin and Transylvania.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is warning against protectionist tactics as demand for air travel increases over the next two decades.
Norwegian reports that it carried almost 2.8 million passengers in September, which is an increase of 14 percent compared to the same month last year.
Norwegian’s latest long-haul route launch is a direct flight from Copenhagen Airport to San Francisco/Oakland which will launch in time for flowers: March 28, 2017.
Ryanair is touting its strong baggage handling performance, compared to competitors in Europe and around the world, by citing figures from SITA’s Baggage Handling report published earlier this year.
Norwegian has issued a letter to Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc, thanking her for her actions thus far intervening in the matter of delayed USDOT approvals for NAI and NUK, the airline group says U.S. Congressman Peter DeFazio earned over $882,000 from the unions oposing approval of NAIâ€™s transatlantic operations, citing â€œpublically available information.â€
Norwegian says it expects to set British summer records with more than 1.3 million passengers on its 560 low-cost flights per week to America and on European routes.
The airline is now the third-largest carrier serving Gatwick and also flies out of Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh.
Norwegian (NAS) has reported a doubling of profits in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the same period last year.
Norwegian has announced that its subsidiary, Arctic Aviation Assets Ltd (AAA), has placed an order for 30 Airbus A321LR (Long Range) aircraft, due to begin deliveries when the aircraft type enters service in 2019.
In a deal worth 120 MNOK (£10million/$13million), Norwegian has announced the launch of its first-ever US charter service through new partnerships with Apple Vacations and Fanjet Vacations.
The airline will operate more than 600 flights on routes from Milwaukee and Chicago Mexico and the Caribbean from December 2016 to April 2017, which helps the airline better utilise its aircraft during the European low travel season.
Speaking during the A4E CEO Summit in Brussels on Tuesday, easyJet CEO, Carolyn McCall, shared her views on the impact to the airline industry and on air travellers of the recent vote in favour of Britain leaving the European Union.
McCall spoke both as the CEO of the British Low-Cost carrier, and as a member of the Airlines for Europe (A4E) airline association. A4E’s members serve 60% of Europe’s air travellers.
Ryanair, which had ardently argued in favour of the UK to remain in the European Union has taken a refreshing approach to defeat.
In essence, the airline’s approach has been: ‘When the UK gives you lemons, pull your juicer out of the bottom shelf and set up a tempting lemonade stand.’
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